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Japanese technologies that engage multiple senses, such as virtual reality eyewear and wearable robotics, are being shown off at a Tokyo museum, offering the public a glimpse of a futuristic society. The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, known as Miraikan, features exhibits including a wearable device that takes photos at one’s happiest moments by analyzing your brainwaves, plus eyewear that allows people to virtually touch 3-D renderings of anime characters.
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Nikola Tesla invented various alternating current induction motors and transformers, but hardly made any money, while his rival Edison became rich. He’s like the Aperture to Edison’s spying Black Mesa thieves. Art by Aaron Wolf
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